Történelemóra a Napocskáknál

***For English, please see below***

Napocskáink az 1848-as forradalom és szabadságharcról tanultak ez alkalommal. A nagyobbak pedig felelevenítették mindazt, amiről előző években beszélgettünk, hozzáadva újabb információt, újabb verseket és dalokat. A nagycsoportosok azon szimbólumokról is beszéltek, amelyek erre az ünnepre emlékeztetnek minket. Így a kézműves foglalkozás ideje alatt ők egy modernebb formába öntött kokárdát készítettek. A kisebbek a huszárokról tanultak, ezért ők huszárt raktak össze papírgurigából, mellyel aztán játszottunk is.

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This time our little Sunshines have learned about the revolution and freedom fight of 1848. The older generation refreshed their knowledge and added more to it with new activities, by learning other poems written in that era by famous Hungarian poets, as well as learning new songs related to the events. Since the older kids have also talked about symbols of this era, they have created a modernized version of “kokárda” during craft time, that they have proudly worn throughout the day.  The little ones used rolled paper to create a “huszár” that afterwards we used to play games with.

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The Hungarian Cultural Association of Phoenix (HCAP) is an independent, all-volunteer, educational, charitable and non-partisan organization open to anyone with interest in nurturing the Hungarian language and culture, regardless of world view, nationality, or religion. Our goal is to nurture the Hungarian language, culture, identity, and traditions, and make them available to present and future generations through educational programs, celebrations, commemorative events, and social gatherings. Through our mission, we aim to broaden familiarity with the Hungarian culture within the American community, thereby nurturing and strengthening Hungarian-American ties and relationships.

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